Yacht types to charter - Malta

Customer comments

BeneteauOceanis 45

Fast booking procedure through YachtCharter.com. Less information and slower response before the charter when asked for details. The boat: quite worn out (2012), not very well taken care of (rusting parts, teak deck dirty when wet, the boats seems to be cleaned negligently). The charter service is below average, only one person in the whole company speaking English (=difficult to reach because of being on the phone all the time). Technical service during the charter is outsourced with external company - no one really speaking English too). The area is beautiful but becoming really busy.

Beneteau Oceanis 45
5 5 2
Sunreef Yachts62 (Z)

Nice experience, good crew, excellent food and cooking, very friendly and willing. High knowledge of the Ibiza area and mooring spots.

Sunreef Yachts 62 (Z)
4 5 1

Yacht Charter in Malta

Yacht charter in Malta is highly recommended by the tourism advisors. Regardless of the fact that you have any prior experience of operating a yacht. Not having any experience of sailing is not going to be a problem as most of the yachts come with the compulsory skipper which means that you don’t have to worry about a thing while at it. Sailing yacht charter is one of the most rapidly growing trends in Malta because of the surplus opportunities of marina and marina like docks which makes it easier to get in and out of a coast.

Catamaran charter in Malta is also worth availing given the fact that the waters which wash up the beaches of Malta are very clear and they happen to be the cleanest waters in the region. So, diving enthusiasts may not keep them from jumping into the water to have a random scuba dive and they may also want to stop by a spontaneous reef that came up to and would want to dive in to get a clearer picture. In all the aforementioned sequences, catamaran will prove to be a blessing as its special design features make it quite easy to anchor in the shallowest of waters.
 
The most prominent feature of Malta is Valletta which happens to be the capital of Malta. Valletta is officially recognized as the most heritage rich city of the world with all the various forms of cultural and architectural marvels. This city is also surrounded by water from almost three sides which makes it quite accessible from the water route. It is itself a unique experience to stroll in the streets of the city but the picturesque view that the city offers to anyone out there in the water is simply breathtaking.
 
Then it is worth mentioning that being surrounded by the ocean itself, Malta is blessed with numerous beaches of all sorts. Two salient features of these beaches are being filled up by white sand and the second one is having crystal clear water which makes it look like nothing less than a heaven on earth. Due to better conservation plans and quite reasonable natives, most of the natural beauty of Malta is preserved and the experience that one can have while browsing natural treasures over here is matchless. 
 
If one plans on exploring the nearby locality of Maltese waters then they should charter a yacht and head towards north of Malta because that is the direction in which almost forty minutes out lay the magnificent island of Gozo. Gozo has numerous sightseeing opportunities which can prove to leave memorable moments in the minds of the tourists visiting this particular island. Apart from that, there are numerous coves where one can pull up their sailing yacht or catamaran and spend a night or two nights in the row in order to take a break from all the hustle and bustle of the city. Book yourself a yacht charter in Malta and buckle up to spend quality time in the most pacifying tourist destination when it comes to leisure at there in the ocean.